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    • 10/23/2013
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    • 20130913-79993-2147451982
    Incident Description: Dehumidifier smoked and bottom of back seemed to melt with heat from a burned up part of the motor. I unplugged it and later threw it out. No fire or property damage. Soleus Air CFM-25E 25-Pint Dehumidifier with Humidistat
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    • 7/20/2011
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    • 20110627-392D4-2147477787
    Incident Description: I found my basement full of a strong electrical burning smell that was coming from my Soleus Air DP1-70-03 dehumidifier. I felt lucky that I caught it before it caught on fire. The unit is 2 years old. I checked on http://www.cpsc.gov/ for a recall for this ... (More)
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